I feel for you, I remeber leaving the store with a huge headache and ready to just cry because I could not figure out how to feed my kids. I think they lived on chips and cheese for weeks, because they refused everything else gluten free. They could not understand why they could not eat the things they loved. I found a lot of help from a local support group, they gave me hints on where to shop locally and what brands are worth trying and avoiding. I did really like the Bob's red mill gluten free mixes (www.bobsredmill.com). Whole foods also did a gluten free tasting day, I don't know how often they do it, but I would ask.Leslie
HOW WAS THE CHEESECAKE?
Pam, I am a friend of Jen Thompkins and have been gluten free for about 7 months now. I hear your struggle and the stress it causes. I actually became gluten intolerant when I got pregnant. I have not been tested for Celiac and hope things calm down after having my baby but have always have food allergies. I try and post recipes I like and frequent the website www.glutenfreemommmy.com. She has lots of good stuff and also found out she had celiac with pregnancy. Please feel free to email if you have questions or want any suggestions. firstname.lastname@example.org wishes, JuliePS Check out my blog I just put up some great gluten free donuts I found!
Hi Pam! Check out http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/ this is a lady who does a usually-gluten-free crock pot recipe for every day of the year. Check it out! Shireen
hey pam! another good gluten free recipe site is http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/ where she makes a usually-gluten-free crock pot for every single day of the year including desserts! Shireen
It would probably be shorter to memorize a list of gluten-free foods.
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